Mr Cameron goes to Washington, but doesn't get the backing for his social media battle-cry that he'd hoped for from President Obama. Good!
Banning Snapchat - opportunistic electioneering or a genuine threat from British Prime Minister David Cameron? Either way, he doesn't know what he's talking about.
Surveillance commissioner in the UK and the chair of the FTC in the US have both warned that while data collection and surveillance has benefits – there are many concerns to consider.
Microsoft continues to hold the line against the Department of Justice’s attempts to get access to data held in the cloud overseas.
Consumers are signing away online rights to data that tells far more about us than we realize. Are we selling our online privacy too cheaply?
Europe says break up Google, give everyone in the world the Right to be Forgotten and Happy Thanksgiving US tech industry!
As the UK government prepares to push through new online snooping powers, Facebook finds itself accused of providing safe haven for terrorists. What chance considered debate?
European politicians are planning a pointless vote to rattle some more sabres in the direction of Google in an exercise of posturing futility.
The NHS is the political jewel in the crown of UK governments, but a digital and data overhaul is badly needed. Here's what's been prescribed.
Speaker of the Commons John Bercow now faces fresh allegations of a cover up, as loopholes in data retention policy mean that the destruction of the data is legal.
A quarter of a century after creating the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee has strong views on the nature of data sharing and the controversial right to be forgotten.
Europe's incoming digital chief Oettinger revealed a lamentable misconception of cloud privacy issues this week. Could the entire EU cloud strategy unravel?